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Thursday, August 26, 2010 D. Tri-County News- Kimball, MN t.FV .18 " i i__ iii ................... ]IHHIHUInHHr II SCSU fall wrestling clinic Oct. 30 ]ayson Ness, a four-time NCAA phywith a 31-0 record as a senior. Division I All-American, will be The 2010 InterMat Wrestler Haiti Gardens in the guest clinician at the 2010 Fall oftheYear, Ness was named the Mw~h~e!ilen Wrestling Clinic at St. Cloud State NWCA Most Outstanding Wrestler Lake University. The clinic is open to all at the 2010 NCAA championships. Haiti in March of this youth wrestlers in grades 1-12, and He was also selected as the Big 10's year, a Haitian friend said, "Do it will take place in the Llniversity's Wrestler of the Year in 2010. He not forget us," and thus Gardening Halenbeck Hall Fieldhouse Satur- completed his college career with World Wide, Haiti Gardens contin- day, Oct. 30. The clinic will begin a 148-15 overall record, ues to support three program lead- with registration at 8 a.m. At Bloomington-Kennedy H.S. ers in Haiti to motivate growing The cost of the clinic is $45 per (Minn.), Ness won two MSHSL fruits and vegetables in home gar- person, or you register with your titles in wrestling, dens to feed their families. Much team (10 or more) and receive a rate In addition to Ness, the clinic of this support has been generated of $40 per person. The clinic fee will feature expert instruction throughtheAnnualBenefittotake includes two sessions of instruction, from coaches and members of the place this year Sunday, Sept. 12, a motivational talk, clinic T-shirt St. Cloud State wrestling team. in the form of the Haiti Gardens and lunch. Clinic participants will SCSU placed seventh in the nation Mini-Market from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. also have an opportunity to watch at the 2010 NCAA Division II cham- at the corner of Highway 55 and that day's St. Cloud State wrestling pionships and completed the County Road 8 in Maple Lake. team's practice session after the 2009-10 season with a 14-7 dual- Stop by to purchase fresh pro- clinic is completed, match record under the leadership duce from local gardens, includ- Ness earned NCAA champion of head coach Steve Costanzo. ing home-made horseradish and honors at 133-pounds in 2010 as a For complete information on sauerkraut, baked and canned member of the University of Min- the clinic, please call the SCSU goods, Haitian Coffee and exqui- nesota wrestling team. He was a Wrestling Office at (320) 308-2996 site vanilla. two-time Big 10 champion and or e-mail , along with relishes, refreshments and treats in a delightful outdoor caf~. And, visit with folks who have Home Stretch - Learn before you buy recently beento Haiti, alongwith a tour of the productive Square Foot Garden. For more information, Con- nie (320) 963-3690, or Donna (320) 558-4048. First-time homebuyer classes ing professionals volunteer their (Home Stretch) will be held in time to bring first-time homebuy- St. Cloud from 6-9 p.m. Mon- ers the most important and cur- days, Sept. 13, 20, and 27, at the rent information about the home AmericInn (off of Highway 75). buying process. Participants must complete all "It's a great time to be a first- three evenings in order to receive time homebuyer," said Stacy a certificate. We are also hold- Esboldt, Program Coordinator for ing a one-day, all-day class from CMHP. "There are so many oppor- 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 22. tunities out there for homebuyers Pre-purchase counseling is also at the moment and Home Stretch available by appointment. This is a will provide the needed infor- free service to anyone who wants mation a first-time homebuyer to talk with a certified homeown- should know before beginning the ership counselor about their per process." sonal situation pertaining to buy- Some affordable mortgage ing a home. products, first-time homebuyer You have the opportunity to products and government loans free yourself from some of the may require a buyer to receive a complications and stress in buy- Home Stretch certificate. ing a home by participating in a "Home Stretch is the best "first- Home Stretch Workshop offered step" in the homebuying process," by Central Minnesota Housing said Esboldt. "Buying a home is Partnership. usually the largest investment an By participating in this class, individual/family will make in you will learn about qualifying for their lifetime. I find it to be very a mortgage and financing a home, necessary to take advantage of budget and credit issues, real the market and slow things down estate, the closing process, basic a bit by learning more about this home maintenance and afford- investment." able mortgage products that may There is a $25 fee per household be available to first-time home- to participate in Home Stretch and buyers, registration is required. To reg- Central Minnesota Housing ister for either the St. Cloud eve- Partnership, a non-profit organi- ning classes or the all-day, one- zation providing affordable hous- day class, or if you have any ques- ing services to the central region of tions about the Home Stretch Pro- Minnesota, coordinates the Home gram, please call Stacy Esboldt at Stretch workshop. Community Central Minnesota Housing Part- lenders, realtors and other hous- nership at (320) 259-0393. Quality work at a price you can afford! 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